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Jan 28, 2013 8:30pm EST
environment, especially the quantitative easing monetary policy for developed countries we must continue. we must continue knowing the trade is very important. overall, i think that it is pretty much the prediction of the imf. thank you. >> thank you so much. it is very difficult to get used to the economy of the scale, which has had growth of 7.8%. we are thinking about the implications of that. then our final speaker has a very interesting perspective. remarkably rapid growth, a little under noticing how it's going. what are the policy challenges that you feel must be mad if further progress is to be delivered? >> thank you very much, martin. let's talk about economics this week. the imf anticipates 5.7% growth. that's pretty good considering the circumstances. in regards to the issues that they are discussing comedy institutions a second letter that is showing that funding is fundamentally important. with relations going in that direction, it's not often that this leaves me disconcerted. there is a juncture between monetary policy that is a lot more accommodating i think that part of wha
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